miniPA100 100w HF 1.8--54mhz amplifier kit

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  1. BG6GLL

    BG6GLL QRZ Member

    Electrical parameters:
    1.Operating frequency band 1.8 - 54 MHz
    2. power supply voltage: 12V-16V
    3. current: 12A
    4.max input power:5W
    5.max output power: 100W(13.8V/80W ; 16V/100W)
    6. air cooling: forced fan cooling
    Warning: the output is forbidden to open circuit, short circuit, the prohibition of Bobbi 2 or more
    7.Size: 50 x 100 mm
     

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  2. KU3X

    KU3X Ham Member QRZ Page

    Remember, you MUST also use band pass filters with the above amp.
    Since they are not shown in the above picture, I have to assume they do not come with each unit.
    Without them your spurious radiation will not even come close to complying with FCC specs.
     
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  3. BG6GLL

    BG6GLL QRZ Member

    minipa100 100w hf amplifier
     

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  4. BG6GLL

    BG6GLL QRZ Member

    Reserved LPF interface
     
  5. AF6LJ

    AF6LJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Is this linear
    Or Class C?
     
  6. BG6GLL

    BG6GLL QRZ Member

    Class AB linear amplifiers
     
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  7. PD7MAA

    PD7MAA Ham Member QRZ Page

    input swr.jpg Did you check the input swr with this upgraded 70 Watt PA ?
    Your 70 Watt version with 2 fets has an input swr of < 1:3 :( not something to be proud of....

    Can't find your callsign on QRZ.com
     
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2017
  8. BG6GLL

    BG6GLL QRZ Member

    Your standing-wave watch is not allowed.
    But FT817 can withstand a 3.0 of the standing wave.
    In addition, the matching resistance can be increased to reduce the standing wave ratio
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  9. WA1GFZ

    WA1GFZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    I don't think a 1:3 output transformer will make 100 watts at 13 volts.
     
  10. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page

    Says 16 Volt for 100 watts.

    I want one. :)
     
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